Okay so today I was over working with the 3 horses I exercise, and I was coming back from the back pasture to find the gelding, looking dead, his legs were through two rows of fence and I crept up there, he didint move a muscle, then I saw him breathing and thank God for that, He then struggled to get up breaking 3 boards one top and 2 bottom, He jumped up and started grazing well, I am asuming he was rolling by the fence and the rolled completly over, then getting hooked up in the boards....Well I got a halter and lead and walked him to the house, got his owner and we looked him over, He has a large knot on the side of his head but nothing more, a front cornet band was cut up and bleeding but not anything real bad, then we checked his underside and where he had been gelded there was a dime size of flesh hanging and dripping with blood, and the side of his hind leg on the inside was scarped but not bad, We hosed everything down to get a clean look and winds up he has a like 5 inch long cut from his sack thingy and down his sheath, the fence got him good it's deep but not anything that will need a vets attention as of now at least, so I went off and finished up work as his owner dressed the wound.....My question though, what would be the best and most long lasting ointment or spray to help keep the flys and bugs of of it, without ruining the purpose of the medicine?
Thunder 9yr. black Mustang Appy/Paso
George 18yr. Red roan QH
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